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why no names? Who is the Strib protecting?
Round 2 this was a issue on rainy lake in 2002 how dumb are these people put the penalty to 10 years and it will quit or slow way down.
Yes, names would be helpful to understanding this. People charged are usually named.
Throw the book at these bums!
Names in the indictment are listed at the U.S Attorney for Minnesota web site.
Just tried to post the news release from the DOJ's office but was denied. The names are there if you'd like to see them. Not understanding the editorial decision when most are named when charged in the Strib, and all of the accused are named in the DOJ release.
The first indictment charges Larry W. Bellefy, age 53, of Bagley; Thomas P. Sumner, age 54, of Red Lake; and Brian W. Holthusen, age 47, also of Red Lake. The second indictment charges Michael D. Brown, age 54, no known address; and Michael J. Nei, age 48, of Bemidji. The third indictment charges Jerry A. Reyes, age 51, of Cass Lake; and Marc L. Lyons, age 61; Frederick W. Tibbetts, age 61; and Alan D. Hemme, age 55, all of Bena. The fourth indictment charges Larry Good, age 58, of Red Lake. All four indictments allege that the defendants knowingly engaged in conduct that involved the sale and purchase of fish with a market value in excess of $350.
This is happening on Mille Lac's as well. Band members load up Boat fulls of Walleye's and sell them to others. Yes... some have already been caught doing it, how many more have not been caught.
I thought the nets and spears were for Tradition and tp put food on the table for the family... Yeah Right!
I just bought a whole bunch of walleye and perch fillets on-line. You can legally buy them on-line. Google Red Lake walleye or walleye for sale if you don't believe me. Very tasty, boneless fillets. Walleye, yellow perch, crappie, northern pike, and whitefish, take your pick. I might place another order because they get ate up so fast.
I remember finding a pile of northerns rotting in the woods on the leech lake reservation back in the 80's.It was about 3 feet high,and had alot of big fish in it,which all had net marks on them.
I guess someone netted more than they wanted to fillet.
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